30 October 2020
Why do speakers have to be so loud at a concert? I would understand if there were no speakers and the band was playing very loud for everyone to hear. Now that we have speakers, we don't have to turn them up too high. We can adjust the volume level exactly to the correct volume so that everyone can hear.Disable Third Party Ads
Also, the only speakers don't need to be in front of the venue. We can have speakers all over the place so everyone can have the same comfortable volume. I really don't think it would ruin the concert to have the volume at a level that doesn't hurt people's ears.
Right now, the safe way to go to a concert is to have earplugs inside your ears. That's ridiculous. We should just turn the volume down so people don't have to wear earplugs to protect their ears.
Now, I've heard the rhetoric before that if you think the music is too loud, you must be a grumpy old man. Well, I don't agree with that. We live in a society that increasingly accepts science. Science says loud music is bad for your ears. It does physical damage to a part of the body that cannot heal itself or be cured. It is permanent damage that is being done to people. As a society, how can we allow this to continue?
I think mandates need to be sent through Congress to stop all these speakers in the concert business. Sure, there will be a backlash for a while. Children will think it is not okay. Well, they probably also think that going to school is not okay. Children do not know what is good for them. Well, that comment makes me a grumpy old man.
Also, they all wear headphones and play their music. You see it everywhere. Now that MP3 players are so cheap and convenient, everyone has them. Everyone uses the headphones that come with the MP3 player, although those headphones don't offer any noise-canceling capabilities. That means if it's loud where they are, they have to turn up the headphones. This damages your ears.
Music has done a lot to damage the human ear. It does not have to be this way. If there were more education and restrictions, people would have better hearing when they were older. This would make better drivers and better listeners for future generations. If we simply ignore this problem, there will be serious hearing problems that could have been frustrated.
Now, I don't think there is going to be any law to lower the volume in places. I think it is the personal responsibility of the owners of the place. So please turn down the volume and make it a safer environment for people who come to you. You are responsible for your audience. Don't take it away. Instead, give them a chance to live a life of hearing.https://audio-pro-central.com/